Saturday, October 21, 2006

Voter ID Laws Upheld

I've been appalled over the years by the efforts by the left making it easier to register to vote, not because voting shouldn't be encouraged, but because they seemed to make voter fraud almost inviting. All my life it has been common knowledge, even with a wink and nod by Democrats, that the 1960 election was won by voter fraud and machine politics in Texas and Chicago. These days you can register to vote without any real proof that you're a citizen. In the huge pro-immigration marches last year illegals were encouraged to register and vote Democrat, but not overtly. So I support the requirement of photo ID at the polls to discourage fraud, and I'm relieved that the Supreme Court has upheld Arizona's voter ID law.


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